UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage has said he is stepping down, assuring he will not change his mind.
Two security officers were injured after a suspected suicide bomber detonated a device near the US Consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, officials say.
Austria could hold a referendum to leave the European Union under certain conditions, according to the far-right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer, who lost the vote in May but has been given a chance for a re-run.
An attack on a cafe in Bangladesh claimed by the Islamic State group has killed 20 people, all of them foreign citizens, newswires reported on Saturday.
A record high number of citizens of EU member states had arrived to stay in Germany in 2015, Die Welt reported on Saturday.
Two of the three attackers who blew themselves up at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport have been named by a prosecution source, Anadolu Agency reported on Friday.
The association agreement between the EU and Georgia fully entered into force on Friday.
Migration into Europe and the implications of Brexit for the future of the European Union will dominate Slovakia’s presidency of the bloc over the next six months, Prime Mnister Robert Fico has said.
An estimated 225,095 migrants and refugees have entered Europe by sea in the first half of 2016, arriving predominantly in Italy and Greece, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) announced on Friday.
Austria’s Constitutional Court has annulled the results of the second round of the presidential elections, citing irregularities in counting the ballots.
The countries participating in the Salzburg Forum reaffirmed their commitment to cooperate in dealing with the migrant influx.
Akhmed Chatayev, the suspected organiser of Tuesday's Istanbul Ataturk airport terrorist attack which claimed the lives of at least 44 people and left hundreds other injured, had the status of a political refugee in Bulgaria.
Russia’s permanent representative to NATO Alexander Grushko has said that NATO’s military build-up in the Black Sea region will force Moscow “to take additional precautions”, according to TASS.
The three perpetrators of the deadly terror attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport were identified as a Russian national from Dagestan, a citizen of Uzbekistan and a citizen of Kyrgyzstan, Anadolu Agency reported on Thursday.
The death toll in the terror attack at Istanbul’s Ataturk international airport increased to 44 on Thursday after a 25-yearTurkish citizen died from his wounds in hospital, Anadolu Agency reported on Thursday.
At least 27 police cadets were killed and 40 were injured in two blasts in Kabul targeting a convoy of buses in which the cadets travelled, newswires reported on Thursday.
Turkish authorities detained on Thursday thirteen suspects over Tuesday's terrorist attack at the Istanbul Ataturk airport which claimed the lives of at least 42 people and left hundreds other injured.
Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov advised Bulgarian citizens traveling to Turkey to register beforehand at the website of the foreign ministry.
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